Community and Global Health
The 2nd IAPOP International Conference 2010IAPOP



February 24 - Opening Evening Event

6:00 - 7:00 PM :: Registration & Exhibits
7:00 - 9:00 PM :: PUBLIC LECTURE: Rainbow Medicine, Dreambody & Nonlocality - Arny Mindell Ph.D., Amy Mindell, Ph.D.

February 25 - Rainbow Medicine: Symptom Work, Movement Work, Pain and Chronic Illness

8:00 - 9:00 AM :: Registration/ Welcome
9:00 - 10:30 AM :: Welcome/Plenary Session #1

From the Subtle to the Sublime: Using Process Work in Performance and Performance in Process Work
Kate Jobe, MA, Dipl. PW, Certified Laban Movement Analyst

Body symptoms and addictions offer some of the strongest and most important personal and collective non-verbal messages. While body language expresses meaning that we read more or less automatically and unconsciously, symptoms have the capacity to “stop the world”, and transport us to less known or parallel world of experience. In this presentation, we will look at how process work contributes to art as a way to delve into the parallel world of the symptom experience and to find the transformative power of public performance. In addition we will look at art’s contribution to process work as a way to work with an individual who, through a series of brain surgeries, is permanently in a parallel world.

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